Mad River High and Muddy

Mad River - Arcata, CA

by Kenny Priest

The river is still high and muddy, but a few fish were caught just below the hatchery this week, reports Justin Kelly of Eureka’s RMI Outdoors. “The color is still way off, but guys are catching a few right at the hatchery. With more rain coming this weekend, it doesn’t look like it will be green anytime soon,” added Kelly.

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